Lectures and events

Valentine’s Day Pop-Up

Let’s make a beautiful pop-up card for Valentine’s Day with Mayumi Amada. The card will make your loved one’s heart warm in this cold weather. She will also show how to make a simple Origami heart! This is a pop-up event, and no registration is required.

WE30 – Spider in the Bathtub

Spider in the Bathtub Join us for an evening with Filmmaker Deacon Warner, and the band 13 Howell, sharing their creative process, experience creating a music video, inspiration, and joy. A screening of the music video: Spider in the Bathtub, creative discussion about making music and music videos, and a live performance by local band,…

G1S1 – Suzi Hudson’s Retirement Open House: a Solstice Celebration (RESCHEDULED – DATE TBA)

 G1S1 – Suzi Hudson’s Retirement Open House: a Solstice Celebration Join us for an open house honoring Suzi Hudson’s career as Executive Director of White Bear Center for the Arts. We’ll celebrate how much we’ve accomplished as a community, and wish Suzi well on her next adventure. Dress for indoor and outdoor festivities. December 21,…

GS36 – Northern Lights 2023 Reception & Awards

Enter your work in this year’s Northern Lights contest, featuring 2D and 3D works, including drawings, paintings, fiber, pottery, photography, and sculpture. It is a great opportunity to build your artist portfolio. With great cash prizes, we encourage you to enter! Members receive a discounted entry fee. March 30, 2023Thursday, 6:30-8:30 PMAwards ceremony at 7:00…

GS33 – WBCA Instructor Showcase Community Reception

GS33 – WBCA Instructor Showcase Community Reception Did you know that WBCA works with over 100 teaching artists annually? Our instructors are at the heart of everything that we do at WBCA. February is a great month to show our love and appreciation for our WBCA instructors! February 16, 2023 Thursday, 6:30-8:30 PM EVENT ID:…

GS32 – Peyton Scott Russell Retrospective Opening Reception

GS32 – Peyton Scott Russell Retrospective Opening Reception Peyton Scott Russell (Peyton) started creating as a toddler and has exhibited work professionally since 1990. This retrospective exhibition highlights 40 years, featuring work from Peyton’s high school years to the present. Being a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (1991), Peyton has…